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Sunday Sermon - 12/29/2019 - 1 Corinthians 12:1-3

Sunday Sermon - 1 Corinthians Message 29 12/29/2019 1 Corinthians 12:1-3 Opening Prayer: O Holy God, the snow and hail and winds obey you, they commence and cease at your word. May your people be so obedient, eager to move and give and speak at your command. And may your people think as did the psalmist, speaking of all things being yours, even “his hail,” and “his cold,”and “his wind.” And so may your church take every movement of nature, every human relationship, every circumstance as opportunity to offer you the praise you are due. For, truly, you have strengthened the bars of the gates of our hearts, protecting us from unseen evils; you have established peace between us and you, and betw

Sunday Sermon - 12/22/2019 - Psalm 24 - Advent #4

Opening Prayer: O Lord of Creation, you illuminate our hearts with the light of faith even as you illumined the void on the first day. And you order our hearts with the surety of truth even as you ordered the waters on the third day. And you fill our hearts with the fullness of joy, even as you filled the land and sea and sky with the fullness of living creatures of every kind. You are the God of glory, of beauty, of truth. Thank you for opening the eyes of our hearts to see you works as masterful and good, and to see our works as worthy of no commendation. May your people offer you the praise you are due, for the goodness of your creation and for the unmerited mercy of new life in Jesus Chr

Sunday Sermon - 12/15/2019 - Psalm 146 - Advent #3

Opening Prayer: O Holy God, he whose help is the God of Jacob has sure hope in a hard-hearted world. Though the justice of the nations is often delayed or mocked, your people have the comforting promise that the day of settling of all moral accounts draws ever-nearer, and that you extend mercy to all who submit to you. Where our unbelieving neighbors have no certainty about who to trust, your people have the glorious truth that the God who made heaven and earth and sea, and all that is in them, keeps faith forever. May your people praise you today, and each day, as long as they live, that every nation and generation would know that the God of justice takes pleasure in mercy. We pray this in

Sunday Sermon - 12/01/2019 - Psalm 122 - Advent #1

Opening Prayer: O Holy God, sweet is the thought that you invite both Jews and Gentiles into your heavenly kingdom, that your open arms welcome all who are repentant and submissive,regardless of lineage. Joy swells to think that even we, from this little town, in our present day, with our regretful pasts and present struggles, are accepted as sons and daughters of the Heavenly Father. Great is your mercy, long is your patience, wide are your open arms. May you be honored in the words and songs and hearts of your people today. We pray this in the name of Jesus.. Amen. Closing Prayer: Father, thank You for sending Jesus into the world as the Light to deliver us out of the darkness. Thank You t

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